Greetings. New Zealand naturopath, Eric Bakker,
author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of dietary supplements.
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Today, we’re going to look at the best diet for blasto. What are the best foods you can
eat to really help you overcome this problem? I want you to pay particular attention to
your cravings. Many people with blasto crave sugar or sweet things. Blasto is not unlike
Candida. It loves to be fed sugar or sweet stuff. If you notice you’ve got a strong craving,
you need to be careful. Make sure you look at the video I’ve done for natural treatment
of blasto, because that’s going to help you eradicate this pathogen once and for all and
also help you to keep it away. The best diet includes lots of vegetables
and lots of lean proteins. I don’t find fruit to be as much of a problem in blasto as I
do with Candida. I don’t mind if people eat a little bit more fruit in a blasto diet.
Coconut doesn’t really seem to have much of an effect on Blastocystis. The green stuff
basically works quite well. Most grains I think are okay if you’ve got blasto. I’ve
not really seen a problem with gluten and Blastocystis, so that shouldn’t be an issue
here. Make sure you incorporate plenty of the natural
herbal kind of foods into your diet. Garlic is especially good for blasto. One or two
cloves of fresh garlic per day. And like Candida, things like thyme, oregano, rosemary, basil,
parsley, all these sorts of herbs are quite good to include. Particularly good ones to
put in the diet are cinnamon and cloves, and the other one is fresh ginger. Blasto is not
a big fan of fresh ginger, so just buy a nice piece of ginger root, grate it and mix it
in with your food, that’s going to work well. I like steamed vegetables, and then just as
I’ve almost finished steaming, I grate a bit of fresh ginger over the top and mix that
through. That’s going to work quite well. That’s a few hints and tips on things to incorporate.
Onions, spring onions, leeks, chives, these are all good to incorporate into your diet
as well. The woody spices, star anise seed is probably going to help to a degree, too.
Cinnamon, cloves, any of those kind of things will help.
Make sure you chew your food quite well, and of course, include some fermented and cultured
foods into the diet. Another interesting one, the beneficial yeasts, saccharomyces, for
example, is very beneficial against Blastocystis. Sourdough bread is not a bad food to have
because sourdough contains wild yeast. People often get confused with wild yeast and baker’s
yeast. Baker’s yeast or Brewer’s yeast is not so good for bad Candida or blasto, but
the wild yeast found in sourdough, sourdough rye is especially good. So one small slice
of sourdough rye per day is going to be fine in your diet, if you’ve got a blasto infection.
This is just a bit of information for you on what to eat if you’ve got a blasto infection.
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